Cubs enjoy pajama day on Sunday in Los Angeles

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Under Joe Maddon, the Cubs have brought in a lot of fun, new travel plans. Their latest was a bit of a throwback to the players younger days.

The Cubs all wore pajamas to Dodgers Stadium for their final game against Los Angeles.

Judging by a picture posted by relief pitcher Pedro Strop, a few players took the concept to bring back some PJs from their youth.

That is some quality stuff. Strop and Starlin Castro go old school with “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” and “Super Mario” shirts, respectively.

They were both upstaged by Hector Rondon wearing the full Superman onesie.

It is easy to tell who the veterans are. Dexter Fowler and Fernando Rodney go straight class with the collared, button-up look.

The Cubs hope the lighthearted one-day policy will help shake the team out of their recent funk. The team has lost three straight games and is at risk of being swept by the Dodgers.

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